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After receiving the Brickleton family sword, Captain Brickleton returned to the soiree and introduced himself to Brigadier Stockton's daughter Elsabeth. They made plans to meet up the following day. Having spent nine months living in an army camp in northern Corrington, Captain Brickleton had plenty of unspent officer pay and wanted to buy a new uniform coat. Elsabeth accompanied him to Gerald Of Belson's, the premiere purveyor of officer uniforms in the capital. While perusing a selection of hats, Elsabeth saw a brass compass and bought it for Captain Brickleton to take on his journey to Elizabethville. They promised to keep correspondence. While perusing a selection of hats, Elsabeth saw a brass compass and bought it for Captain Brickleton to take on his journey to Elizabethville.
Hi Everybody I am new of the forum but not on the Lego world I am working on a historical representation of 3 scenes of the Waterloo battle, I am gathering an army of minifigures related to sections of the Allies and French armies. as my intent is to be quite historically accurate, I would like to print torsos of the uniforms and then compose the soldiers. please see here my latest designs: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/534450680782093826/ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/534450680782093833/ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/534450680782093836/ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/534450680782093838/ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/534450680782093845/ https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/534450680782093839/ I am based in London, does anybody know a printer that can print the torsos in a substantial number? Thanks Roberto
I was sure that I've already shared it on weekend, but seems that it was lost ... I've published a book with a complete set of table about the Austrian army during Napoleonic wars. Base for that were the decal set I started years ago on the base of Mosana's designs. They get a complete relaunch with all the necessary changes to be as historical accurate as possible representing the different Austrian Units. See here the decals used for the Austrian Landwehr and partly a s base also for other units: . The 2nd topic were all the custom hats and helmets for the Napoleonic times where the first item ever done in the 3d printing technology was started here after a longer discussion how the rare shakos can be recreated with other means. The 3rd part were all the renders I can do now with LDD, LDD2povray, stl2povray and povray. During Christmas I recoded a bigger part so that doing these tabels with figures in diferent positions can be done more easily. See one of the results here (Hungarian insurrectio troops): Finally I have added some textual clue mainly referencing some historical or military explanations (with references to the text in Wikipaedia) resulting now in the book published by tredition.de .... Since a lot of topics and techniques created for this book were first discussed here I want to thank all the member which have contributed with their ideas ... Woody64